Atwood named co-NWOC Player of the Year
Wilsonville softball's season may not have yielded the kind of results it wanted, but that doesn't mean the personnel on the squad weren't recognized for their efforts.
Senior Carly Atwood was named Co-Player of the Year in the Northwest Oregon Conference (NWOC), on top of her first team all-league honor for her work in the outfield. In 22 games played, according to Gamechanger, Atwood allowed just two errors and managed 28 putouts on 35 total chances. At the plate, Atwood recorded 27 hits over the course of the season, 17 RBIs and 21 runs scored.
Freshman Natalie Adams and junior Emily Harms were named second team all-league infielders. Adams recorded 37 hits, eight RBIs, and 30 runs scored for a batting average of .481 over the course of the season. Harms had 20 hits, 19 RBIs, and 15 runs scored.
Junior infielder Jasmine Vega earned an honorable mention nod with 13 hits, seven RBIs, and 16 runs scored.
Wilsonville's softball team ended its season with a 5-20 record.
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